Thy Kingdom Come

 

Two Rivers Mission Community 

Thy Kingdom Come, the global prayer movement initiated by the 
Archbishops of Canterbury and York is now in its sixth year and has spread throughout the worldwide church. From Ascension to Pentecost the church will be praying for the church to be renewed by God’s Spirit, for more people to come to know Jesus Christ and for God’s kingdom to come on earth as in heaven.
We want to play our part as a mission community. Please may we ask you to commit to pray each day from Thursday 13th to Sunday 23rd May. 

Ways to join in
· Attend a mission community event on site or on Zoom (see below)
· Attend or organise an event in your church (talk to your focal minister/warden and email Gary with details so he can list them below)
· Get some friends together for a coffee and pray together
· Go for a walk around your village and pray for the people and places you see
· Pray at home using the prayer ideas in the middle pages of this booklet
· Use Archbishop Stephen’s prayer journal (available from church or download from www.thykingdomcome.global/resources/new-2021

Resources for adults
Leaflet with liturgy and prayer ideas
Archbishop Steven's prayer journal

Resources for families and children
Cheeky pandas videos

Zoom login for mission community events: 
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82857367724?pwd=N3JIZ1ZvVVM1N2UxQ1Y0U0k1MjB6QT09
Meeting ID: 828 5736 7724
Passcode: Prayers

Daily events

Thursday 13th May
Launch event - 7.30pm in Alverdiscott (starting with worship outside, weather permitting)

Friday 14th; 9.00am on Zoom
Daily prayer using Archbishop Steven’s prayer journal; 9.00am on Zoom
Prayer walk around High Bick, meet 7.30pm outsude church

Saturday 15th May
Daily prayer using Archbishop Steven’s prayer journal; 9.00am on Zoom

Sunday 16th May
Services in each church as normal
Taize service in High Bick, 7.00pm

Monday 17th - Wednesday 19th May; 9.00am on Zoom
Daily prayer using Archbishop Steven’s prayer journal

Wednesday 19th May; 7.30—8.30pm
Worship and prayer for our communities—on Zoom. But why not gather up to 6 people in your home, grab a drink and nibbles and join in together

Thursday 20th May
9.00am: Diocesan 24/10 prayer room – via Zoom (email Gary for login)

Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd May; 9.00am on Zoom
Daily prayer using Archbishop Steven’s prayer journal

Sunday 16th May - Pentecost Sunday
Services in each church as normal

Prayer trees (Write or draw a prayer and hang it on a tree in the porch/churchyard)
High Bick
Roborough